Clinical Integration Reports
In our clinic we use different robotic devices to accomplish the therapeutic goals as a part of active therapy program. Our patient groups include spinal cord injury, brain injury (stroke and traumatic), cerebral palsy and other neurologic impairments. In our clinic, robotics contribute to reduce the num-ber of therapists needed for the same amount of therapy and to promote early and motivating rehabilitation. Here we describe our clinical setting and hope that it serves as an example to support other clinics that also work with robotic equipment.
We recently added the Armeo®Senso to our robotic therapy, as it fills a gap in the therapeutic goals that can be addressed. Here we would like to share our first experience with using the ArmeoSenso in a pediatric patient population.
Clinical Integration Report on Using the Armeo®Spring in a Parallel Setting for Neurological Injury Rehabilitation
We are excited to share our experience with using two ArmeoSpring devices in a 1:2 staffing ratio.
Hocoma’s robotic equipment allows our patients to participate in continuous repetitive motions that help foster neuroplasticity, improve function, and quality of life.